Julie Anne Robinson

Julie Anne Robinson

Highest Rated: 20% The Last Song (2010)

Lowest Rated: 2% One for the Money (2012)

Birthday: Aug 8, 1945

Birthplace: UK

Julie Anne Robinson is a prolific English television director who has also branched out into film. Robinson's roots are in theater, and she directed a number of productions during the late 1990s, before moving to TV in 2000. Starting out helming a few episodes of the British daytime soap "Doctors," she soon contributed to another medical-themed series, "Holby City," but found considerably more acclaim and success with "Blackpool," a lauded comedic drama with musical elements, starring David Morrissey and David Tennant. Following her first TV movie, the well-received drama "Coming Down the Mountain," scripted by author Mark Haddon, Robinson tried her hand at American television, directing episodes of "Grey's Anatomy" and its spinoff medical show, "Private Practice." Soon thereafter, she worked on installments of the cable dramas "Weeds" and "Big Love," continuing to be quite busy with TV productions until her chance at helming a feature film came along. Her first foray into Hollywood moviemaking proved to be "The Last Song," a romantic drama starring teen star Miley Cyrus, which was commercially successful, but critically panned. Although Robinson returned to television briefly, she continued to focus on her film career, directing "One for the Money," an adaptation of the Janet Evanovich crime novel starring Katherine Heigl.




2% 42% One for the Money Director $26.4M 2012
20% 65% The Last Song Director $62.9M 2010
No Score Yet 89% Coming Down the Mountain Director - 2007


No Score Yet 72% Bridgerton Executive Producer,
2020 2022
31% 69% I Feel Bad Executive Producer,
88% 79% Castle Rock Director 2018
74% 80% The Catch Executive Producer,
84% 86% Masters of Sex Director 2016
81% 86% Nurse Jackie Director 2015
93% 73% Scandal Director 2013-2014
59% 77% Selfie Executive Producer,
91% 90% Suburgatory Director 2012-2014
No Score Yet 88% The Middle Director 2009 2014
17% 33% How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) Director 2013
No Score Yet 60% 2 Broke Girls Director 2012
70% 72% Pan Am Director 2011
33% No Score Yet Scoundrels Director 2010
96% 95% Pushing Daisies Director 2009
80% 76% Big Love Director 2009
84% 76% Grey's Anatomy Director 2006-2009
77% No Score Yet Samantha Who? Director 2008
No Score Yet 80% Private Practice Director 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Holby City Director,
2001-2002 2005
No Score Yet No Score Yet Emily's Reasons Why Not Director